Online Responsibility

I started this blog back in July of 2006, and much has changed since then.  That was before I was on facebook, before I was on twitter, and before I was in full-time ministry.  My blog mainly served as a place for me to share my random thoughts about life and family.   I’ve been thinking lately about my online responsibility to share and minister.  It’s a little scary when I realize that I minister to more people each week online through my blog, facebook, twitter, and podcast, then I minister to in my local church.

After coming to that realization, I want to take my online responsibility seriously.  I have tried to make my blog more focused on things that would interest and help others.  I have decided to post and tweet less frequently, hopefully so I won’t waste your time or mine.  I will try to post at least once a day, but I won’t throw something up here if I don’t have something to share.

The internet has made the world smaller, but it has also increased the noise that we have to filter through each day.  My prayer and desire is that I can share and minister through what I post online.


I am a former design engineer who now pastors Cornerstone Community Church in Galax, Virginia. I'm passionate about following Jesus and I love technology. I've been married to Jennifer for 28 years, and we have three adult children.

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